Michael J. Sakuma, Ph.D., discusses his work studying schizophrenia, and how deeper studies reveal what we don’t know about the illness. Topics also include:
· His experience with the study of mindfulness and sleep
· His personal interest in animal welfare and speciesism
· How as a mental health professional he sees the future of mental health in the U.S.
Dr. Sakuma, is the advanced assessment specialization coordinator in the department of humanistic psychology at Saybrook University, a licensed psychologist in Washington and New York states, and has close to 20 years of experience as a clinician. He has taught psychology for two decades at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He has multiple publications studying brain changes in Schizophrenia. His personal interests include animal welfare, speciesism, and our complicated relationship with other living beings.
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